This is a tough town. I'm funny, very funny. I'm not funny at all. You like me, you really, really like me! You don't like me a bit.Take this from Don Crane of Rancho Palos Verdes: "In reading your column, I noticed a singular lack of any viewpoint opposing yours. I can only infer that you received no viewpoints contrary to your position on Iraq or that you chose to quote only those people who agreed with you. Given your liberal orientation and your personal agenda I must presume that the second situation is extant. That being the case, you have reaffirmed the widely held belief, including mine, that biased reporting is alive and well in the media. Another classic example of yellow journalism."
Oh, That Good Old 'Yellow Journalism'
For starters, yellow journalism (derived from the eye-catching yellow ink used by the New York World in another age) is defined as cheaply sensational or unscrupulous reporting used to attract readers.I used no such tactics in the column mentioned by Mr. Cra...